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A Tale of Two Cities is told in the third person by an omniscient narrator.
A Tale of Two Cities is told primarily in the past tense.
Charles Dickens wanted to call his novel Recalled to Life, but he decided to use that title for Book 1. Instead, he called the novel A Tale of Two Cities, referring to the cities of London and Paris, which figure prominently as settings.
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